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A young man asked Socrates the secret to success. Socrates told the young man to meet him near the river the next morning. They met. Socrates asked the young man to walk with him towards the river. When the water got up to their neck, Socrates took the young man by...read more
Ever seen the movie Modern Times? Yes, the Charlie Chaplin classic that drove home the mindlessness of the industrial era, without speaking a word. In that hilarious screen masterpiece, Charlie is so numbed by turning screws that he keeps repeating the action, even...read more
What’s holding you back from fully committing to Getting Things Done®? For busy creatives, it is the excuse - “I don’t have the time!” You’re probably doing well in life. Stuff is being processed. You are not on the verge of collapse. So why invest precious seconds in...read more
What's the easiest way to solve a computer problem? Reboot the computer! 🙂 That's why most support reps will ask you to reboot when something is wrong with your computer. Because rebooting helps ensure that a newly installed software works right. It eliminates bugs...read more
In my work as a productivity coach and consultant, I'm seeing a shift in how people are thinking about productivity. Yes, organizations are seeking to become more productive, but they also realize there's more to being productive than just working harder and producing...read more
What is GTD? I've been practicing GTD for over a decade, but it can still be challenging for me to explain what GTD is, and how it benefits. It's very easy for new practitioners to mistaken it for something else like time-management, or a way to get more work done....read more